During the past AIA Conference in Las Vegas, ArchDaily had the opportunity to interview Tom Kundig, Principal at Olson Kundig who has been designing and building for the firm for the last 30 years.
00:20: How did you get involved in architecture?
01:30: How did the studio start?
04:13: How is the context an important element in your projects?
05:48: What can you tell us about your approach to materials?
07:35: How do you see the way you do architecture has changed in the last years because of technology?
11:50: How do you think the role of the architect has changed and which are the skills in which we have to focus on this new future?
13:00: What do you think about the Open Source state of architecture?
14:40: Is digital fabrication playing a role in your studio?
17:23: What do you think about these advancements in the materials and products industry in relation to the aesthetics of your work?
19:20: Have you felt more freedom about using materials outside of the US?
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